Belinda Manning

Belinda Manning

Belinda Manning
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Interactive and hands-on coping strategies for kids and young adults

This fortune teller craft contains a list of 100 unique coping strategies for kids and young adults. Blanks and samples are also included. Can be amended for all school age and adolescent patients.

Identifying Emotional Triggers via Do2Learn: Educational Resources for Special Needs. I use the volcano analogy a lot.

Anger volcano - Identifying Emotional Triggers via Educational Resources for Special Needs. I use the volcano analogy a lot.

Perspective Taking~Real Life Photo Cards. 30 Real life photos with teacher prompts to help children practice and improve their perspective taking skills.

PERSPECTIVE TAKING can be challenging for some children. These children often benefit from explicit teaching of this skill. Perspective taking is an important

ADHD Fortune Teller-USe this fortune teller to help client talk about ADHD and practice impulse control.

ADHD Fortune Teller-USe this fortune teller to help kids talk about ADHD and practice impulse control.

Free printable empathy game to help kids develop empathy for others. This is a great resource if you teach students with ANY type of special learning needs. Read more and get this FREE resource at: http://www.momentsaday.com/empathy-game/

Free printable empathy game to help kids develop empathy for others. This is a great resource if you teach students with ANY type of special learning needs. Read more and get this FREE resource at: www.

Teaching Social Skills

Teaching Social Skills - step-by-step directions on Laura Candler's Teaching Resources website. Middle school students should be taught this. No social skills at all!

Might be doing this as an ice breaker at the beginning of the year, when my theme is Coming of Age/Self Assertion... Exploing "Would You Rather..." Questions | Minds in Bloom

WOULD YOU RATHER - beginning of the year and have them go to the side of the room that shares their answer. I've thought about doing an ice breaker once a week during morning meeting.